WE PROMISED 10 – 7 MADE THE GRADE!
There are several decisions to be made in the choice of a SUPER SHOT. The fundamental rules of FOCUS FORCE are what the Kids With Cameras call CAMERA CLUES are; Correct HOLD of the camera, Correct DISTANCE, Correct Light and Correct FOCUS, then there’s the last CORRECT COMPOSITION. Composition is the keynote to a SUPER SHOT. Any of the above can be broken other than COMPOSITION, and still gain the accolades. But, without the latter you are left at the starting post. In the second workshop you will learn all the rules, and how to make them work to your advantage.
ABOVE IMAGE;Chloe Huang. LEFT IMAGE.Chloe Huang LEFT IMAGE LOWER; Chelsea Kincade. The images displayed are in no preferential order and do not represent any judging placement. THANK YOU to all those who went to the effort, and submitted works.
Remember a SUPER SHOT is what you have seen through the camera lens or screen, and what it has captured inside. In other words once the image has been taken, you cannot alter it on the computer screen or the camera. In other words you can not use Photoshop or any other process to change the original. This includes the cropping of the image.
IT WAS DISAPPOINTING that only one of those who has her photo images shown here was able to attend a short workshop at the FAIRFIELD BOATHOUSE on Sunday, June 9. Hopefully, you may see some of her results in the near future.
THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT HARVEY NORMAN Photographics; QV Melbourne. Frankston, Hamilton. Mildura and Moonah (Tasmania).
Check out their photocentres;http://www.harveynorman.com.au/